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Can an electric car startup save itself from its founder?
How the Boeing 737 Max betrayed its pilots and passengers
Front Porch Forum’s secret? Staying local
Prime and punishment
Nuclear waste is all dressed up with nowhere to go
The rock that fell to Earth
Beyond the finish line
Ecommerce is finally coming for fine art
Inside the portable battery pack giant
How a weapon against war became a weapon against the web
“Every act of future making is an act of future taking."
How JetSmarter puts fear into its millionaire customers
One of the Black Lives Matter movement’s most prominent voices is 31-year-old DeRay Mckesson. With his now-iconic blue vest, Mckesson, now the interim chief of Human Capital for Baltimore City Public Schools, has balanced using his platform online and off in order to draw attention to matters such as public safety and law enforcement reform.
Andrew Wilson, CEO of Electronic Arts, believes games in 2021 will be more diverse, more accessible, and simply more inescapable. Your smartphone and your game console will help you play with friends and strangers across the globe, but so might your virtual reality headset, your augmented reality glasses, or just the screen on your smart fridge.